Thursday, January 31, 2013

Six Hearts

Rubber stamping involves numerous clever tools and time-saving techniques for which I am daily grateful.  One of these involves spray inks, which can lay down intense color almost instantly . . . and since you never know exactly what you’re going to get, that certainly keeps things exciting!

Adirondack’s color sprays used to be the best deal out there:  an excellent price, richly intense colors, and packaged in generous 4 oz bottles.  As with all wonderful things, however, the original package has gone south.  The Powers That Be decided we’d be happier with half-sized bottles that cost more than the original full-sized one.  Go figure. 

At least, the colors are still great . . .

Cardstock:         Bazzill Juneberry, Marcos Constellation Jade Raster-White,
                                 watercolor paper
Stamps:              Hero Floating Hearts, VAP ‘Love’
Inks:                    Adirondack sprays Red Pepper, Cranberry, Eggplant,
                                 Gelly Roll Clear Star
Emb Powder:      Judikins White Diamond
Dies/Punches:    Japanese Hole Punch
Doo Dads:          1/8” White satin ribbon, 4 Red heart brads

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